tocky


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tocky

(ˈtɒkɪ)
adj, tockier or tockiest
dialect Midland English muddy
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Through intertextual reference to Tocky Vibes's (real name Obey Makamure) song " Toti-toti" ("Tip-toe") (2015) which hails prayer and fasting as the remedy to life's adversities, the lyrical persona in "Copyrights" protests:
Place names don't escape: "Kirky" (Kirkdale); "the Mizzy" (Mystery Park); "Prinny" (Princes Park); "the Prom" (Otterspool Promenade); "Scotty" (Scotland Road); "Sevvy" (Sefton Park); "Skem" (Skelmersdale) and "Tocky" (Toxteth).
Kids can even put their favourite Mister Maker characters on top of their cupcakes, from The Shapes to Tocky the crazy cuckoo!
Tocky Alarm Clock (pounds 49.95 gizoo.co.uk) If you're one of the many people who suffer from repetitive snooze button disorder, this clock could be the perfect choice to get you up and about instantly.
Tocky Alarm Clock pounds 49.95 from www.gizoo.co.uk If you're one of the many people who suffer from repetitive snooze button disorder, this clock could be the perfect choice to get you up and about instantly.
* Tocky alarm clock pounds 69.99, Firebox, 0844 922 1010, www.firebox.com It would be lovely to get home to a back massage from your other half every day after work, but the chances of that happening are slim to none.
Ticky tocky, 9 o'clocky, off to school with a bar of chocky One of these chants was specific to a type of skipping game which followed certain rules and moves.
Malone Musical numbers: "In a Foreign City," "In a Foreign City" (reprise), "Tempura's Song," "Mister McGuffin," "Moon Over Macao," "Mambo Malaysian," "Sparks," "Mitch's Story," "Adrift in Macao," "So Long," "The Chase," "Revelation," "Ticky Ticky Tocky"
But I want people to know there is a way out when you find yourself in such a desperate situation - I am the proof of that, and I'm thinking of writing my autobiogrphy and calling it From Crocky To Tocky Via Hell In A Handcart.
Not only will many players be familiar with each other from their schoolboy playing days but the Orchard have something UCD don't in their corner - an FAI Cup winner in the shape of Tony "Tocky" O'Connor.
At first, they employed a local brown clay for the body called 'tocky' but by 1901 had changed to a white stoneware, which is what all four pieces shown here are made of.
There was also a great wodge of newcomers to the PC itinerary, including the Blackburne Arms in Tocky, the tiny Lakeside Inn on Southport front, and the lovely, pastoral, Derby Arms at Aughton.